There are five key trends driving innovations across governments in Asia: personalised services; Artificial Intelligence; data analytics; e-payments, and new forms of procurement.

These trends were analysed by GovInsider Editor, Joshua Chambers, at a speech to Ministers and senior officials from across the European Union this month.

Speaking at the Ministerial eGovernment Summit in Tallinn, Chambers highlighted:

  • SmartStart New Zealand for its personalised services
  • HealthHub Singapore for its use of data to nudge behaviours
  • Pulse Lab Jakarta for their methods of gathering datasets simply
  • Nepal’s use of drones for mapping and GIS surveys
  • Hong Kong’s use of artificial intelligence to drive its operations
  • E-payments in China and Bangladesh
  • New forms of procurement in Israel and Singapore

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